SAFE is excited to introduce our new co-chair, Jim Mulloy, a ubiquitous climate activist on the North Shore.
AFE kicks off the New Year with a program on the opportunities and challenges that wind turbines pose for endangered species such as the North Atlantic Right Whale, migrating birds, and fish and lobster that are critical to the local fishing community.
Activists demand Healey appoint commissioners to the Department of Public Utilities who will push the utilities to address climate change.
Now that Salem is firmly on the path to becoming one of the nation’s few offshore wind (OSW) power ports, maybe we should be thinking of the other ways we could be reaping the tremendous power of the ocean.
Salem Film Festival begins March 24. The hybrid event allows for in-person or virtual viewing.
Cindy Keegan and Patricia A. Gozemba Are you worried about the climate emergency bearing down on us? Are you overwhelmed? Action is often the best antidote. Together we can turn this emergency into an opportunity for our city, but we need your help. SAFE members, our environmental allies, and concerned residents are rolling up their … Continue reading Re-Imagining Salem Part 2: Setting Climate Solutions Into Action